- Sizes: 142, 148, 151, 154, 158
- Flex: 4
- Profile: Rocker
- Shape: Directional
- Price: £425/ €500
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The Warpig takes no prisoners. It’s a hard charging, pow surfing, slush slashing weapon of mass destruction. If you’re after a board that’s going beat the shit out of your friend’s neatly arranged quiver, then this might just be the hog to handle it.
The directional shape lends itself nicely to ripping and gripping on groomers, with the board being just stiff enough to hold its edge through those tasty carves. A blunt nose and tail reduce swing weight so there’s no excuse not to get that three up to a five right…? The cut off tip and tail also mean you’re able to downsize without losing control, with the effective edge remaining consistent to that of a larger board.
“The cut off tip and tail also mean you’re able to downsize without losing control, with the effective edge remaining consistent to that of a larger board”
The big schnozz and wider profile make it perfect for riding powder, keeping you floating with no dramas. The rocker profile gives a helping hand to effortless turns in the deep stuff and shows a swift middle finger to that back leg burn we all love so much.
If you’re after a board that will stand the test of time then keep your peepers peeled. The Warpig is ultra-durable and able to take (and give) a beating. Double impact plates are placed under each binding to reduce the risk of a rip out, extra steel has been added to the edges, and the sidewalls have been reinforced to laugh in the face of dings and knocks.
You want to ride the Warpig slightly shorter than your regular board, and in doing so you’re able to dominate it more, throw it into spins easier, and get tighter turns. Ideal for any and all conditions, the Warpig is definitely a board for a more confident rider who’s used to cruising and bruising.